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Yes, we were worried sick. But we believed that after the referendum Bosnia would be recognized by Europe and the United States, making any attack that would follow an outside aggression against a sovereign state and therefore an attack punishable by the international community. So we thought. The Bosnian presidency did ask in advance for international protection— that is, for a small number of United Nations troops to protect Bosnian borders—but this request was rejected. Of course excuses were invented, as in all other dealings of the world with the Bosnian government.
Unresolved political tensions, characterized by the lasting battles between Serbian centralists and Croatian regionalists, grew more severe by the end of the twenties. The dreams of Yugoslavia, a democratic federation of South Slavs, died with the general crisis in the parliament and the murder of the Croatian leader Stjepan Radic; in June, . Although at ﬁrst King Alexander tried to resolve the government crisis, in January, , he suspended the constitution, imposed a dictatorship, and proclaimed the Kingdom of Yugoslavia as the new name of the state.
The ﬁrst mortar shells began falling on the Old Town section of Sarajevo that night. It was just a prelude. That afternoon was our ﬁrst encounter with both politics and the war. We did not have any desire to be part of either. However, the attack on Bosnia and the destruction that followed were to become the focus of our lives for many more months and years. We never dreamed that such a terrible destruction could happen so fast or that it could last so long. Was this really the beginning of a war?
Testimony of a Bosnian (Eastern European Series, 14) by Naza Tanovic-Miller